Sharp is finally shipping its AQUOS 4K UD27 line — a series of 55” to 70” THX 4K Certified Ultra HD LED TVs — which means they have passed more than 400 picture quality tests (via THX) to ensure that every pixel delivers precisely the scene the direct intended. The AQUOS 4K Ultra HD TVs feature a new so-called SPECTROS Rich Color Display, which claims a 21 percent wider color spectrum than LED HDTVs.
The Sharp AQUOS 4K Ultra HD TV is integrated with a 4K streaming codec that connects to Netflix as well as other streaming video networks (i.e. Hulu). The entire line has four HDMI inputs that can accept native 4K (3840×2160) signals at up to 60 frames per second (fps) and the TVs include SmartCentral 3.0 (a GUI).